Hosta 'Morning Call'


Registered by Don Dean of Minnesota in 2020, this small to medium size (11 inches high by 26 inches wide) cultivar is a seedling of [(H. ‘Liberty Bell’ × (H. ‘Urajiro Hachijo’ × H. pycnophylla)) × H. ‘Ebony Spires’]  × (H. 'Candy Dish' × unnamed hosta).

The foliage is pale greenish yellow in color and is moderately rippled, relatively flat and has a glaucous bloom on top. The petiole is saturated purple with a glaucous bloom. Its flowers are pale lavender with the interior petals having lavender centers and translucent margins. The bloom in August on scapes that are 16 to 18 inches tall and saturated purple color with glaucous bloom. It sets seeds but their viability was unknown at the time of registration.

The registration materials state: "...Flared mound of pale greenish yellow leaves with saturated purple petioles and flower scapes, all with glaucous bloom."


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